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Disturbing and Potentially Deceptive Move by Credit Card Industry. HelpWithMyCredit.org

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It what certainly feels like yet another self-serving action by the credit card industry, Bank of America, Capital One, Citi and Discover Card, as well as the payments networks MasterCard and Visa have launched a new website HelpWithMyCredit.org that misleads consumers. What appears to be even worse, is that a CNN personal financial reporter that I normally respect, Gerri Willis, ... Read More »

Consumer Credit Counseling Service, CCCS, NFCC, and National Foundation for Credit Counseling

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I often get questions from people asking me about Consumer Credit Counseling Services, also known as CCCS. I thought I’d give you a quick little summary of CCCS and the types of services they offer. CCCS offices are members of the NFCC. The NFCC used to stand for the National Foundation for Consumer Credit but changed their name to National ... Read More »

Michael is Looking For a NFCC Debt Settlement Program

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Michael “Dear Steve, I am approx. 30,000 in cc debt.Am cuurrent with payments but future doesnt look so good. Needed money for medical bills and to keep operating my business-excavating. I am looking for a good debt settlement program-is the NFCC something to consider or is there others. Thanks. Michael” Don’t miss our free Get Out of Debt – “How ... Read More »

Banks Agree to Wipe Out Up to 40 Percent of Credit Card Debt But Watch Out.

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Credit card lenders include Discover Financial Services LLC, Bank of America Corp., Citigroup Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Co., Capital One Financial Corp., American Express Co. and HSBC Holdings have finally come together with the help of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling, Consumer Federation of America and the Financial Service Roundtable to start the process of creating a debt solution, ... Read More »

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